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Diggin in the Dirt


Diggin in the Dirt

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Cute kids garden with painted fence. Super easy and can as big or small as you like.

Path of Pink Tulips

101 Most Beautiful Places To Visit Before You Die! (Part V)

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garden stairs photos | Steps & Stairs | LLGardens - Life's Better with LLG

Steps & Stairs | LLGardens - Life's Better with LLG

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Fairy Garden. Need to make something like this on the fig tree.

DIY Mini Gardens - Live Dan 330

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Steps were created from sawn Antique Leuders limestone, with internal positive drainage provided by granite gravel fill. Hidden drip-tubing irrigation waters the plants, which are primarily succulents, including stonecrop (Sedum), chartreuse Japanese stonecrop (Sedum makinoi 'Ogon'), ghost plant (Graptopetalum paraguayensis), crassula, various Echeverria cultivars, and hens and chicks. Image courtesy of Root Design Company.

12 Ideas for Creating the Perfect Path

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Steps convert a slope from inaccessible to inviting. Wide steps that meander or zigzag up a steep slope are easier to climb than those that escalate rapidly. Test Garden Tip: Begin building at the base of your slope if you're not sure where to add your stairs. Try climbing the slope along several different paths until you find the most comfortable route

Tips for Taming a Slope

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A garden with a slide! This would be perfect for our hill now who can do this lol!!!

Backyard Landscaping For Hills | Railroad Tie Xeriscape Garden Stair Ideas

Railroad Tie Xeriscape Garden Stair Ideas

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Step by step guide on how to build outdoor stairs.

How To Garden - Better Homes and Gardens - Yahoo!7

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We have a hill - looking for the most economical way to remedy it and add some more to the garden at the same time.

The 2 Minute Gardener: Photo - Landscape Timber Stairs

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How to Build a Garden Path

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5. There are some plants that give off a scent that repels those bugs and keeps them away from your precious produce. Such plants – like marigolds and the borage herb plant – are very effective at keeping those pests away from your tomato plants. Plant them nearby and watch your tomato plants grow to be healthy and robust.

Plant a bunch of these giant allium flowers.

front yard landscaping plans - Bing Images

Hot tub landscaping

Concrete And River Rocks

Modern Garden

rain water barrel

DIY Rain Barrel

Spiders hate peppermint! Put some peppermint oil in a squirt bottle with a little water and spray your garage and all door frames. - interesting!I knew it helped keep mice away but i didnt know it worked for spiders too

For the garden fairies. :-)

Homemade Weed Killer 1 gallon of white vinegar, 1/2 cup salt, Liquid dish soap (any brand), Empty spray bottle. Put salt in the empty spray bottle and fill it the rest of the way up with white vinegar. Add a squirt of liquid dish soap. This solution works best if you use it on a hot day. Spray it on the weeds in the morning, and as it heats up it will do its work.

Tough-as-Nails Perennial Garden Plan

For the side, maybe just a statue